SCIE2006_Assessment 3_Brief1_Digital Case Study Presentation_Final

Nutritional Biochemistry & HumanMetabolismSCIE2006_Assessment 3_Brief1_Digital Case Study Presentation_Final Page 1 of 5ASSESSMENT 3 BRIEFSubject Code and Title SCIE2006 Nutritional Biochemistry & HumanMetabolismAssessment Digital Case StudyPresentationIndividual/Group IndividualLength 8 minutesLearning Outcomes This assessment addresses the Subject LearningOutcomesoutlined at the bottom of this document.Submission Due by 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday of Module 6.1 (Week11)Weighting 45%Total Marks 100 marksAssignmentTutorOnlineContextThis assessment provides an opportunity for you to demonstrate your understanding andknowledge on the topics of nutrients and neurotransmission, epigenetics and nutrigenomics byapplying them to the case scenario provided below.Case ScenarioA 48-year-old female presents herself to you suffering from bouts of anxiety and mild depression..She has recently being diagnosed with colon cancer and is currently under the care of anoncologist. The client is seeking nutritional advice from you.Instructions1. In response to the case scenario, you are required to record an 8 minutes digitalpresentationdemonstrating your understanding of the following topics: Nutrients and neurotransmissionEpigenetics Nutrigenomics2. Please cover the following concepts in your presentation: Relevant neurotransmitter pathways and involved cofactors Epigenetic causes of colon cancerNutrients and bioactive dietary compounds3. Please create your presentation slides using PowerPoint. You could use approximately6-8 PowerPoint slides for this 8 minutes presentation.4. How to record a digital presentation?The following link provides information on filming a digital presentation.SCIE2006_Assessment 3_Brief1_Digital Case Study Presentation_Final Page 2 of 55. Referencing This is a research based assessment. Therefore, referencing is mandatory.You are required to use a minimum of eight references with at least five references fromacademic sources (e.g. peer-reviewed journals).In-text citations as well as a reference list following the APA referencing style must beincluded.Please see more information on referencing here:6. Please refer to the marking rubric to ensure you address all the assessmentcriteriaSubmission InstructionsPlease submit the digital case study presentation via the Assessment link within assessment 3 bySunday by 11.55 pm AEST/AEDT Sunday end of Module 6.1 (Week11).Uploading your digital case study presentation: Detail instructions on compressing (if necessary)and uploading your video presentation is availableat: linkThe Learning Facilitator will provide feedback via the Grade Centre in the LMS portal. Feedback canbe viewed in My Grades.SCIE2006_Assessment 3_Brief_Digital Case Study Presentation_Module 6.1 Page 3 of 5Assessment RubricAssessmentAttributes Fail(Unacceptable)0-49% Pass(Functional)50-64% Credit(Proficient)65-74% Distinction(Advanced)75 -84% High Distinction(Exceptional)85-100%Use of visual aidsVisual aids supportsthespoken message.Use of colour, layout,clarity and neatness ofvisual aids.20% No PowerPoint slideswere used ORPowerPoint slides wereoccasionally appropriateand related to the spokenmessage. The slidesrequire significantimprovement in design,colour choice, layout andneatness. PowerPoint slidessupported thepresentation. They clarifiedand reinforced the spokenmessage. However, mostcontent requires clarity andimprovement in design,layout and neatness. PowerPoint slides supportedthe presentation effectively.They clarified and reinforcedthe spoken message.Demonstrates an acceptablelevel of design and layoutthat supports the flow ofinformation. PowerPoint slides werecarefully prepared andsupported the presentationeffectively. They clarifiedand reinforced the spokenmessage. The visual aidsadded impact and interest tothe presentation through theuse of good design andlayout to support the flow ofinformation. PowerPoint slides werecarefully prepared andsupported the presentationeffectively. They clarifiedand reinforced the spokenmessage. The PowerPointslides have an excellentdesign and layout whichsupports the flow ofinformation and all of therequired elements are wellplaced and clearly defined.Knowledge and Lack of understanding of Limited understanding of Adequate knowledge or Thorough understanding of Highly developedunderstanding required concepts and required concepts and understanding of the the required concepts. All of understanding of theUnderstanding of the knowledge. Most of the knowledge. Some of the key required concepts. A the key components are required concepts.key components are not components are not reasonable capacity to presented. Demonstrates a All of the key componentskey concepts and addressed. Lack of addressed. Limited explain and apply relevant good understanding of the are well presented.knowledge. application and analysis of application and analysis to key concepts. concepts and ability to apply Recommendations areApplication and information to provide provide clear Supports personalopinion and analyse relevant clearly justified based onclear recommendations. recommendations. and information information from the the application and analysisanalysis of information substantiated by evidence research/course materials of information from theto provide clear from research to provide and extended reading to research/course materialsrecommendations recommendations. provide clear and extended reading.40% recommendations.Effective Techniques used to Techniques used to engage Techniques used to engage An interesting or original An interesting or originalCommunication engage audience were audience were adequate. audience were effective. approach taken to the topic. approach taken to the topic.minimal, or mainly Presenter usually spoke Presenter spoke clearly to Presenter spoke clearly and Presenter spoke clearly andineffective. Presenter clearly to ensure audience ensure audience at a good pace to ensure at a good pace to ensureSCIE2006_Assessment 3_Brief_Digital Case Study Presentation_Module 6.1 Page 4 of 5